Question about 1992 Chevrolet Cavalier
this going to be a long one I'll start with water deflector
1.remove trim panel
2.remove seat belt assembly
3. remove tape from deflector and door inner panel
4. remove deflector from inner door panel using a wide flat bladed tool to break the hot melt sealer bond
1. remove the power door lock switch from the trim panel
2. remove lock knob and bezel
3. remove screw and reposition or remove the remote mirror bezel
LOCK KNOB AND BEZEL
1. remove cover
2. remove remote control bezel retaining screw
4. remove knob from lock rod by prying with a flat bladed tool
4. remove knob
5. remove bezel
1. remove switch from trim panel using a small flat bladed tool
2. disconnect wire connector from switch
1. remove water deflector
2. raise window to fully up position and tape window to door frame using cloth backed body tape
3. punch out the center pins of the regulator rivets then drill out rivets using 1/4 inch drill bit
4. move regulator rearward and disconnect wire harness from motor disengage roller on regulator lift arm from window sash channel
5. remove regulator through rear access hole
6. secure regulator arm to regulator by inserting a bolt through holes in the regulator and sector gear then attach a nut to the bolt
7. using a 3/16" drill bit drill out motor attaching rivets and remove motor from regulator
1. install motor to regulator with 3/16" rivets or 3/16" nuts and bolts
2.remove nut and bolt securing regulator arm to regulator.
3. then install by repeating the removal
hope this helps it's not as hard as it reads
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the metal that covers the inside of the door doesnt come off you've got a job ahead of you but if you can get it off by drilling out the rivets this makes everything so much eaisier
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
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Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Those window motors are kinda tricky. Mostly just hard to get at.
Disconnect the wire harness.
Than remove the 3 bolts that hold the motor and bracket.
Remove motor from bracket.
Posted on May 23, 2009
I was able to complete the installation, but with modifications. The essential part of the process is being careful with the removal of the existing motor and taking care to remove the regulator hub assembly without moving it or having the wires un-spool. The only other issue was the rubber gromments used during the factory installation of the window motor. The metal thread collar within the gromments fuses to the bolt making it nearly impossible to remove the fasterners. The trick is to cut the rubber grommet away and fabricate your own rubber-ized isolation fasteners. I was able to do this with some plumbing washers, new screws and fender plates held in place with nylock nuts. This was not too diffucult a project, just needed to excercise care.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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